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The Bank of Montreal predicts some challenging times for Alberta.
Canadian companies are too hesitant to take chances.
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Trump sure is good at making people want to be far away from him.
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But there's reason to be hopeful.
The growth is "likely to prove unsustainable."
Of the 30 communities we studied, we found that decent middle class family-supporting wages translate into vibrant communities. Unionized workers spend their pay cheques close to home. They buy at local businesses and bolster the tax base which, in turn, supports public works, community services and charities.
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